Students conduct research and are exposed to the excitement of an academic medical environment at a major research center. Students may work with faculty of their chosing in the disciplines of biochemistry, bio-informatics, biomedical imaging, cellular and molecular biology, clinical investigation, computational biology, developmental genetics, forensic pathology, immunology, microbiology, molecular oncology, neuroscience and physiology, parasitology, pharmacology, structural biology and virology. Stipend, travel, and housing provided.
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10-week summer research-intensive training program in the biological sciences, neurosciences or biomedical-related fields to undergraduate sophomores and juniors. Students will conduct research under the direct supervision of a research mentor in a field of their interest and will learn a range of skills, both technical and intellectual, that will help them develop into successful scientists. Housing and stipend provided.
The University of Vermont – Summer Neuroscience
8-week program that offers an exciting opportunity to join state-of-the-art laboratories and discover the world of neuroscience research. Participate in investigations of how the nervous system develops, functions and repairs itself after injury. Get hands-on training in molecular, cellular, anatomical, physiological approaches. Housing and stipend provided.
University of North Dakota – Research Experience in Neuroscience for Undergraduates from Rural and Tribal Colleges
Successful applicants will work in a laboratory alongside graduate and undergraduate students. In addition to basic lab procedures, participants will learn brain dissection, digital imaging and microscopy, Electrophysiology Techniques, Protein Analysis, Molecular Biology Methods or Receptor Modeling, depending on the laboratory. As part of the preparation for success, each selected applicant will read background material for understanding the ongoing experiments, as well as participate in lab meetings and present research findings in a poster session. Travel, housing, and stipend provided.
University of North Carolina School of Medicine Summer Undergradute Research Experience
10-week research intense program designed for undergraduate students interested in biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology, cellular biophysics, structural biology, computational biology, genetics, genomics, and proteomics. Historically underrepresented students are particularly targeted. Stipend, housing and travel allowance provided.
Rockefeller University – Rockefeller University Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program
10-week summer program in a Rockefeller University laboratory. This program provides a unique opportunity for undergraduates to conduct laboratory research. SURF students work with leading scientists in a broad range of areas including biochemistry; structural biology and chemistry; molecular, cell and developmental biology; immunology; virology and microbiology; neuroscience; physics; and mathematical biology. Stipend and housing provided.
University of Missouri-Columbia – Summer Undergraduate Research Programs
9-week program for funded summer internship research areas including agricultural research, animal sciences, chemistry, computation neurosciences, home networking technologies, molecular and cellular biology, and plant genomics. Stipend provided.
University of Mississippi – Summer Research Institute for Undergraduates
The Summer Research Institute for Undergraduates is open to undergraduates at various stages in their young academic careers. Science, mathematics, and engineering majors who have completed at least their freshman years (rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors) are eligible. A special “bridge” program also will be offered for graduate students who will be entering science, mathematics, and engineering programs in the fall.
Montana State University – Complex Biological Systems Program
10-week research experience for participants to work full-time in a research lab on an independent research project under the guidance of a faculty mentor. In the past, students have done research in labs with faculty from the Departments of Cell Biology & Neuroscience, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Veterinary Molecular Biology, Mathematics & Statistics, Psychology, and Microbiology.
FASEB MARC Program – Summer Research Opportunity Program (SROP) FASEB MARC Program
The Minority Access to Research Careers (MARC) Program was created by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences to increase the number of biomedical and behavioral scientists from minority groups. The MARC Program encourages minority students in the pursuit of graduate training leading to the PhD degree in the Biomedical and Behavioral Sciences.